Provides methods that allow the host to request explicitly that the common language runtime (CLR) create a new task, get the currently executing task, and set the geographic language and culture for the task.
Requests explicitly that the CLR create a new ICLRTask instance.
Gets the ICLRTask instance that represents the task that is currently executing.
Gets the type of the task that is currently executing.
Notifies the CLR that the host has modified the locale identifier on the currently executing task.
Notifies the common language runtime that the host has modified the user interface locale identifier on the currently executing task.
Each task that is running in a hosted environment has representations both on the host side (an instance of IHostTask) and on the CLR side (an instance of ICLRTask). Either the host or the CLR can initiate the creation of a task, but the host-side representation must be associated with a corresponding CLR-side representation to ensure successful communication between the host and the CLR regarding the task. The two objects must be created and instantiated before managed code can execute on an operating system thread.
Platforms: See .NET Framework System Requirements.
Library: Included as a resource in MSCorEE.dll
.NET Framework Versions: Available since 2.0